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, the former redevelopment agency and now oci to move forward to collect tax increments and fulfill that housing information and that's an informational item related to preference. to both of these items are on your agenda. i like to ask deputy director jim to present this item. >> chair johnson, members of the commissioner, my name is jim, deputy director at the successor agency as director bohe indicated the issue before you is getting the state department of finance to determine that the housing obligation exists for housing that was destroyed before 1976. by a way of background to talk about how this sits within dissolution law, i wanted to go over the highlights. so we know at this point in the 20th month of dissolution, that enforceable obligations are the key to what is the agenda for successor agencies. we know that the dissolution law, although it requires successor agencies to wind down as quickly as possible allows activities to continue if they further preexisting enforceable obligations. we also know that in designing enforceable obligations and what can be spent f
it among stake holders. 3030 shows the $3 billion that will be available. if the projected taxes and go bonds are approved by the voters, that will bring us to 70 percent of funding on that need. and we've divided those into core system and investments and enhancement, and expansions. and the vast majority is in core and enhance. so the revenue, what the task force wanted to do is to lack at all revenue options that we know of or potentially available and we have identified three basic, large potential revenue sources. two is two $500 go revenue and that can be used to improve or enhance property, so it doesn't include rolling stock so the big program to replace the vehicles and to increase the number of vehicles would have to come from either the vehicle license fee or the sale's tax increase. the second is vehicle license fee as you recall back in 2004, the state reduced the vehicle license fee from the current at the time 2 percent to point 65. in the recent past, the state passed local governments with approval of the voters to reinstate up to the full 2 percent of the vehicle
except for the enforceable obligations, the major projects we still have, where is the tax increment supposed to come from to build the housing obligations and where can the projects be built? >> with regard to the source of the tax increment, it's limited to those limits plans that was amended. we're talking about income point south beach, western edition a2, golden gateway. those are the most significant generateers of property tax revenue. and the housing can be built anywhere in the city under the replacement housing obligation. the one for replacement -- the law allows for the housing to be built in the former agency. >> second question. so i was looking through all of the documents and they don't actually have -- i'm sure it changes overtime -- affordable level when we talk about moderate income level, are those levels paid to anything anywhere? >> first of all, the housing has to meet the community standards for affordable housing which generally is under 120 percent of income. s p2113 has an additional requirement that 50 percent of the housing that would be completed ha
today, i'm introducing a tax measure for the november ballot that will impose a tax on sugar sweetened beverages. the proceeds of the tax will be a special tax an go to fund nutrition active and physical activities and health programs in our schools, in our parks and other venues. colleagues, we are experiencing an epidemic of health problems relating to the consumption of sugar sweets and beverages including diabetes, obesity, affecting adults, children, teenagers, etc. a tremendous amount of work has been done by physicians and research and advocates showing there is a direct link to diabetes and other ailments. supervisor mar, cohen and avalos have also worked on this issue. this is one of those issues that is and has to be a group effort and it takes a village. any other it -- i know it will take a village to get this measure passed. the statistics are alarming. a third of san francisco children are obese or overweight. every one beverage increases the risk of diabetes. one in 3 children born today will develop diabetes in a their lifetime if sugary drinks do not decline. 10 percen
'm really concerned especially when we talk about sale's tax and there may be some data that indicates that sale's tax is paid by people who aren't necessarily resident of the city, but what bothers me is people who visit the city are increasingly deciding not to visit the city because of a couple of things. the sunday meetings, the sale's tax, the fees at the restaurants for healthy assess and all of these other things. i constantly hear complaints and these are in the east bay and how oakland are changing their restaurant scene and making changes and people are choosing to stay home rather than visiting san francisco. i don't want us to begin, i guess, nickel and dime people out of wanting to participate in what's happening in san francisco. when we look at sale's tax as a possible recommendation, i have concerns and i don't see any desire for me as a resident to support that as well. and when i talk about -- when i specifically mention public housing resident, as i said before, many of them truly rely on public transportation. when you say that people participate in this are 1
the available incentives like property tax abatement. in terms of our recommendations for this section. the task force recommended that the planning department publish engagement policies and procures for a new administration bullet tin this is a codification of the practice used in the park. development clear design guidelines how to apply it to historic district. they already do include the design guidelines in the apexes for each of the ordinances adopting historic districts. this is aimed at creating a uniform template that is user friendly and easily accessible to the public of what is appropriate and not. provide a clear mechanism to enable the applicants to get the opinions from the architecture review committee. this is a recommendation that's fleepd the sequa section. it provides a mechanism by which the applicants can approach this body for an advisory opinion for the treatment of any given project and finally, there's expand the property tax relief for the owners. it's wonderful to see there are applications before you today and, of course, last year heritage claubtd with spur as well
in certain specified clarifications. less applicable taxes and withholding for the pending charge and realize of all possibly claims or implementation of the special information system. item u other informational items there are no staff reports and we're now at - >> i want to make one announcement we have a shorter one that i want to annuities to everyone listening. >> nicely done. a with that, i'm going to adjourn the meeting interest thank you > >>. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hi, i'm with sfgovtv i'm here to discuss prop a that will be before the voters in tuesday >> the health care truth fund was for health care correspondents that would substantially there. the 5 member board passed the fund they mate not use the fund to pay for the costs until january 20, 0200. preparing will allow the bodies to make payments from the fund only as the cities account balances to fully funded it has to be large enough to pay for the costs as they're due and thus, the cities total payroll costs can't go over 10 percent. they must allow the payment and they're limited to no more than 10 percent of the cities ac
in the charter but it didn't tell you where that money comes from there has to be taxes in the in the meantime to come up with that money. so the question i would then prop is that prop a leafs unanswered is that where is the money going to come from and we shouldn't put ourselves on the hook >> supervisor farrell. >> thank you. the money isn't coming out of thin air but prop b this mauntdz that the city employees contribute 2 percent of their pay. and the city for 2008 matches that with one percent so new employees from as of 2009 two percent of their health care is being saved it's not coming from taxpayers in san francisco it's from city applies from the city and county of san francisco >> mr. murphy. >> sure so one of the troubling points of prop a there's a catch all in the amendment that the contributions of the employee and accident planned contribution by the city are insufficient to meet the requirements of the truth you fund the city is on the hook for the balance. which means in practical terms we have to cut from somewhere else or raise taxes. and the picture of retiree health
of supervisors file number 130781, special finance taxing law. we have with us >> thank you for having us here today. i welcome the opportunity to talk to you about the mandatory soft story retro fit program. the ordinance that you see before you, what i wanted to do was explain about what we're working on here that will be at the board right now. to give you some context i think some of you may be familiar with the requirements of the soft story ordinance, but to give you an idea of what the requirements entail, it's looking at the building stocks that we saw significant damage in after the loma earth quake. we've noticed an issue for years and have been trying to deal with this in a comprehensive way that the conducive to the property owners and small businesses that are in them. we think this affects roughly 6,000 businesses that have been -- 6,000 buildings that have been noticed and about half would be required to retro fit. about 7,000 local employees. we've seen from other devastating earthquakes around the world that these small businesses are is most venerable businesses and if the
francisco's sale's tax in mind with the statutes of other transportation sale's tax agencies across the state. it doesn't change the current sale's tax rate, but it gives us more flexibility for the future. thanks to tom for his quick action and leadership in getting this bill through the legislature. another bill the govern signed in-law sander steinberg sb 743 provides ground breaking reform to produce analysis requirements for urban field projects and to allow alternative traffic impact measures in transit priority areas. transportation and city stav city staff has been working on this and using the civic met triks and it considers the experience of one road user drivers, potentially at the expense of drivers and bicyclist. the new guidelines will allow us to point in place new measures that are consistent with our transit first policy and evaluate the impact of future projects of our transportation systems not just motorcyclist. there's a long way to go on secret reform and agency staff are developing an alternative measures of environmental impact but this legislation is
unfortunately, we only get background work because they don't want to pay all the taxes. yes. i support in but i also support my coworkers here janet mentioned why is there a cap. if we want them to come and spend their money on hotels and restaurants ail those businesses and they will - the more movies that are made here the more money the city will make as well. so we like the extra work but we want more. i don't want to be a sieve actor with an extra job i want to be a thooifr actor and not wondering how to get to la to make a living in what i do >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi, i'm rosy i'm working on a web series. i developed this production with 3 other women producers slashing actors who are tired of going down to la. so we created this and i'm the producer who development the budget for is it and merged had some talent from la. this is truly about living in the bay area in developing that budget i realize there are a lot of obstacles so people shoot movies elsewhere. the tax incentive likewise small budget such as a ourselves to bring talent here and merger the talen
with reduction in their property taxes the contract are reutilized every year. they must be designated on the national register. they must be worth $5 million. the 3 plagues before you today were submitted to the planning department were submitted on may 1st ace been forwarded to the assessor and property tax evaluation. the evaluation is for every property and the assessor offices are working for the evaluation of all properties. this was exhibit d and c for the webster street property. the evictions will be approveed. the article 11 building the historic architect they submit their plantation for the structure report. this is required as the property exceeded the $5 million thresholds. the department staff have worked with the project plan. they want 0 repair the up banks and the observation of the sheet metal and reglazing all historic windows. the maintenance requires care for the roof and window and the concrete walls. the rehabilitation contract reflects the h pc contract based on the following items. the property is a designated resource. after reviewing the plan they have the c
the greater of 66 percent of the gross sales net, city tax. and so we were able to generate an additional 534 million in percentage rent for the last reporting period. and so, this hopefully gives you an idea of the financial expectations that we are having, on this opportunity. and i know that i am going through these numbers quickly, if anybody, wants to stop and ask questions, or feel free to >> clarification, i wish it were true when you said that we have an additional 534 million. >> pardon me. >> me too. >> strike that, 534,000. >> and then, you said, it is you said base plus or, or, is it... >> so the way that the bid is going to be set up, it is the greater of, the rent will be it greater of the monthly, minimum rent, or 66 percent or possibly higher, of the gross sales for the lot. >> now you had a plus in there when you said it, so i got confused. >> so it is one or the other. >> one or the other. >> yes. and in the past, what has been the driver? >> in terms of... >> has it been the 66 percent, or has it been the minimum? >> this gets to the peak season, in certain areas like the
their taxes. they may run into a rough patch now and then and what we're able to provide is a bridge towards getting them back on their feet. the center averages about 14,000 visits a year in the health clinic alone. one of the areas that we specialize in is family medicine, but the additional focus of that is is to provide care to women and children. women find out they're pregnant, we talk to them about the importance of getting good prenatal care which takes many visits. we initially will see them for their full physical to determine their base line health, and then enroll them in prenatal care which occurs over the next 9 months. group prenatal care is designed to give women the opportunity to bond during their pregnancy with other women that have similar due dates. our doctors here are family doctors. they are able to help these women deliver their babies at the hospital, at general hospital. we also have the wic program, which is a program that provides food vouchers for our families after they have their children, up to age 5 they are able to receive food vouchers to get milk and cere
there. so the main entry and a large open stair taxes i know to the second floor. up to where the elevator is at any time like you want to come into your living room but it's going to be a community building it defrauds everybody from the neighborhood not just a sector. the staff building is off to the left. so the testing and treatment center is on the second floor it has a large lounge air. there's the receptionist desk and there are some staff offices and doctors office and the top facility is having a large lobby area towards the front that have social activities and social consulting rooms and a room for the staff at the rear >> are there any questions? >> we may have questions for you. we'll tank public comments. is there mingle by project sponsor? open this up for public comment if there's any? >> good afternoon. i'm andrea i'm the executive director there and we just wanted to firm our support for this great and exciting project and really building that combining all three of those project will bring clients and staff to help activate castro street and bring expens
taxes. we join the national parks and state parks. there are so many places we can't go with our dog. i like to see us keep our places that we could go. >> thank you very much. next speaker >> >> when you least impact study concludes that there will be no impact. yet the gg nra provided no evidence or data to support that conclusion. they conducted a survey of a database that they maintained a people who approach them on the issue. but i ought not fail to see how that could be conclusive or even working information for a [inaudible] site that 2nd most is the property among all national parks. it's just not reflective of the visitor use. dog walkers and even non-dog walkers in the gg eric. it seems to me they made gone through the motions. they may have checked a box but i'm just not sure if they were ever sincere or even intended to carry through with [inaudible] analysis on. if not it's not unreasonable for the city to ask the gg nra on the issue to work collaboratively and with each other. we worked together at the current public work. a joint operating agreement for the right highway
today. it takes a village and the village is out. it's not often we get to say the words "our tax dollars at work" with a smile on our face. but we're doing it today. because voters really knew what they were doing a few years back when we passed that $185 million parks bond, neighborhood parks bond and the $10 million invested into lafayette park. i used to live at hyde and geary my first four years when i moved to san francisco, now 36 years ago, and this was my neighborhood park. and i've loved it ever since. the combination of the palms and the pines and everything in between, this is a jewel of a park. and when i saw the fences go up i got a little nervous because, well, it was going to be closed for a while. and i saw on some of the signs that some trees were going to come down which always makes me a little uncomfortable. but now seeing the result, it is magnificent. and, so, i want to thank all the folks who have invested their time and their efforts to make sure that the tennis courts got their renovation and the pathways were upgraded, the a-d-a improvements, of course,
condominium, i paid all of my fees and taxes and willingly. i want to be really thoughtful about trying to remove this tool that we have in place and then also, one of the things that does pop into my head because that is on sanchez street, i don't know about the eviction history of the building, but i also wonder about the potential that disabled people with aids were displaced in order to create those tic's and i think we should do a little bit more research so we are not inadvertently rewarding higher income disabled people and their partners from taking homes of lower income people. >> are there any other members of the public that wish to speak in public comment in support of the appellant? okay. at this time, why don't we hear from a presentation by city staff. i think i will turn it over to mr. ole's son from the mayor's office. how do you want to divide up time? >> very briefly. i will just give you the nuts and bolts. this is a three unit condominium conversion. bruce city and county is survey or. we received the application august 23rd, we deemed the application submittal on t
aware that there are a lot of patients the clubs do provide ref knew for the city. there are tax. the more clubs, the more help to the city. i've gone to a totally different neighborhood just to get away from a club that i've gone through that i know i'm going to be in a long line, there's a long line of patients, a long wait. i'll definite -- i'll /tkhrebtly go to another neighborhood and spend time on a bus to go to a club and i get there disappointed because they're also in demand of more clubs because they're also crowded. i want to point out it's revenues for the community and thank you for your time. >> my name is michael, i was a member of the medical cannabis task force [inaudible] and patient [inaudible] committee. and [inaudible] i'm in support of number four here, but number three, i first of all very upset as [inaudible] said it makes no reference to medical cannabis so a member of the public that didn't know what was going on today would be blind sided by this. there's no real appropriate /tphoetsz given that this is about restricting medical cannabis access. i think
benefit. this is not for the taxes benefit. it's medicine. that's all it is. thank you. >> thank you. are there any other members of the publy who'd like to comment? and if not, we can close public comment. public comment is now closed and this legislation is before us live. i think supervisor wiener you have a question about some of the language in the ordinance? >> yes. to mr. star, we were just discussing about the notation for mcd's that's c hash tag which, my understanding that means the conditional use if it's within 500 feet of another mcd? >> correct. actually that's probably a typo. it should probably say p hash tag which brings you to the back of that section that says if you're within 500 feet it requires conditional use. if it's not within 500 feet of another mcd it doesn't require conditional use. >> is that an amendment we should... >> i would recommend making that amendment to clarify. >> right now it says c hash tag, the hash tag brings you to the end of the zoning section and gives you the description if the mcd is within 500 feet of another mcd it requires condit
and the tax credits, any gaps financing that would be necessary. in further of that amendment this is a basic comprise and it will come back later in the year to get the transfer and development. with that i'd like to ask you anabell to present this item. >> thank you. >> thank you. good afternoon commissioner members. i'm the assistant project manager for the shipyard. i'm asked for the commissioner to adopt finding pursuant to approval the concept and design for block 49, a 60 unit affordable housing shipyard. as part of my presentation i'll provide information about the shipyard and the design team will provide schematic design and i'll give a review of the next steps. >> block 49 is located on the shipyard. it's a residential area and in the presentation on the screen, in the yellow area you can see the shipyard developments to be built. on the left side you see the existing neighborhood along donahue. 15 percent of all units is affordable. 30 percent or 58 units are at a 50 percent income level and the remaining 70 percent are 134 units are at 80 percent. additionally the agency
clarifications. less applicable taxes and withholding for the pending charge and realize of all possibly claims or implementation of the special information system. item u other informational items there are no staff reports and we're now at - >> i want to make one announcement we have a shorter one that i want to annuities to everyone listening. >> nicely done. a with that, i'm going to adjourn the meeting interest thank you done. >> it's a pleasure to have a you here at the martin luther king academy is school for this important celebration. i service in the district. before i serve say a few words i want to thank and acknowledge some important individuals that are with us morning. if i miss someone which i will i wanted to thank you all a general thank you for being here today. i think today, we be mark in our calendars as a seminal chafrng point in public education in san francisco moving forward. before i go any further i want to recognize our members our elected commissioner commissioner joel winning who's with us this morning (clapping) >> i'd like to recognize commissioner matt haney
enjoyed being on that and have awe cemented all the revenue and tax code and the assessment manual. and, in fact, i can help others understand the maudlin. i've worked with don our city attorney and assessor and now chu and their staffs. kwoild i was what a supervisor last night and will be happy to respond to any questions >> any questions. thank you very much >> how many years have you served. 2, 3 year terms >> and till when you serve on that that i have a few more questions. that's fine >> so maybe you can illustrate or walk me through some of the accomplishments you were able to make in the last 6 years. >> i retired in 07 at the height of the real estate market and, of course, my initial term and part of my second term was seeing the decline in the real estate market. i've had the opportunity to see every type of declining in property. i think in my background i understand the commercial properties downtown whether they be over or there $50 million. and bill willing to bear with my colleagues the statement board office and most importantly the assessment representatives with
thing in discussions now is on the benefit side of ownership resources. there's tube citywide tax credits it caught after this was published. the sequa regulation has b there been an attempt to do a budget for a citywide survey and a tim with the staff. we've mauled over a few numbers but nothing concrete >> so when we're talking about a citywide level it's hard to understand what kind of of an effort if we don't know the details la is going into their 7th survey and they're going to be done before we start. on the property owners prospective there's a lot of misinformation of what it means to be surveyed. without your property being surveyed your going to to go through the interior sequa process every time so having a citywide survey could make that process smoother and quicker. and last i would like to understand with jane kim's follow on legislation on sequa if there's any per view that the h pc can have on the resources that are not under articles 10 or leveling and whether the ar c can hear those. i believe there might be some ability to bring some of that to the ar c. that'
falls under the following tax assessment values and it says commercial and residential mix use is checked yes and i think it should say no >> you're right. >> it should say yes under the residential. >> i don't know if you want to discuss further. >> yeah. thank you i think those are all impressive. i met jeff green on another project and he showed me pictures and jeff is one of the best in the country of doing restorations of the buckle or knows and i very much encourage he's aid and abeted by the mills contract. so do we want to go one by one. >> i would need a motion and a second. i make a motioning motion to adopt the one mills. on that motion commissioners to adopt the resolution recommending the board of supervisors approval the contract for one 19 mills street (calling names) so moved, commissioners, that motion passes unanimously 6 to zero >> so i make a motion for 11 b recommending the commissioners approval for the second. >> on that motion for 22 webster he recommending approval to the board of supervisors (calling names) so moved, commissioners, that motion p
, both sale's tax and other revenue camping in the area where we've had a more rebust plan and we didn't deal with the task force. i think we need a much more expensive -- there was a long list of folks. if you look at that list and city staff, i don't think that by its own numerical listing of how many people were on there shows the representation. you heard from the board. around the expenditure plan itself, we need a more wider conversation. you heard the idea today that if you have a more closed group of folks making decisions, the expenditure plan is going to follow that. i think peter from the transit rider union brought this idea around and more importantly the notion that we're going to be able to provide more service, simply by didding state of good repair, replacing our vehicles, that's a necessary thing but it's not significant to add the kind of service improvements that we think are necessary and the system need and what the staff can do to develop an equity to tie the revenue where the expenditures might going. having real transparency and monitoring and it's importan
is in hand. that includes mostly federal and state money and the prop k sale's tax. and that amounts to 3.8 billion leaving almost a $6 billion unidentified need. so the findings so far is that the infrastructure is inadequate in that transportation services will further decline without new investment. making required improvements to the system is estimated to cost $10 billion over the next 15 years. the city identifies some of the money we mentioned leaving a $6 million gap. so the recommendations, the over view is to invest in programs with a greatest positive impact and there are three priorities to maintain the system, to enhance the system, and to expand the system. and to pursue three revenue sources that when combine would address half of that remaining need. and the third recommendation is that the work is not finished even if all these revenues were to come in and all the projects on with be completed, there are still significant unmet need and that the city should continue to support regional, state, and federal policies that would bring more money to the city. this upside
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